is it right to say, “could you please provide an update on the below request”?
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The answer is no. A more correct way of phrasing the question would be, “I am interested in the status of the following item.” It’s true that when we are requesting information from someone, we usually do so by asking a question. But it is also important to remember that requests for information are statements.